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Err... why not just jack your main internet connection directly into the wireless router? As for the setup, heh, I'll let someone else answer that since I have no clue.
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You should be able to find a router that has ports for direct wiring as well as wireless. I have mine directly wired into the router, and then have the wireless single reach the rest of the house.
To set it up, I cannot remember the exact steps. But I know on mine it came with software to change the admin settings(such as password and what type of wireless and I think to even disable it), which after installing. my laptop would find the signal and use the password and work. tbh, idk if the software is needed as theres a address you can type to access the admin settings for the router if you have permission.
Your plan could work, but the cheap router in the middle would be pretty pointless unless you needed alot of machines to be directly wired in (such as they don't a wireless receiver such as on laptops or a usb device inorder to)
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Yes as already been said above this plan should work, but one router for both would be enough if it also has fixed ports. Just make sure to set up a password for the wireless network, it is worth the little extra effort.
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I am trying to switch out my Microsoft MN 700 router with a Linksys EA6350 now and am getting the DNS error I have copied the same port configuration on the new router. how can i solve this issue?
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